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Trafikverket skapar en smartare infrastruktur i flera avseenden - IBM Smarter Business 2013
 

Trafikverket skapar en smartare infrastruktur i flera avseenden - IBM Smarter Business 2013

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Trafikverket driver kontinuerligt mycket stora projekt; ...

Trafikverket driver kontinuerligt mycket stora projekt;
entreprenadåtaganden med omfattande komplexitet och höga förväntningar på kvalitet och leverans på tid. Många aktörer är inblandade, men med samma slutmål. Exempel på vad som drivs dessa dagar är Förbifart Stockholm, Västra Länken och Citytunneln. Förmågan att hålla ordning på alla detaljerade krav i varje delprojekt med ett flertal inblandade entreprenörer har Trafikverket skapat med hjälp av Adocus och IBM; tillämpningen av smart kravhantering har vidgats från IT-utveckling till komplexa projekt som innefattar infrastruktur i dess traditionella
bemärkelse. Talare: Roland Johansson, Vice VD Adocus. Mer från dagen på http://bit.ly/sb13se

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    Trafikverket skapar en smartare infrastruktur i flera avseenden - IBM Smarter Business 2013 Trafikverket skapar en smartare infrastruktur i flera avseenden - IBM Smarter Business 2013 Presentation Transcript

    • Smarter requirements management in large scale construction projects at Trafikverket Roland Johansson, COO at Adocus
    • Introduction • Extending a SW–tool into the construction industry • The Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket) constantly runs very large projects with costs in the billions and time schedules in years. • The projects are very complex with many involved contractors, and with high expectations on quality and timely execution. • Requirements management fundamentals are common
    • Case • Rational Requirements Composer (RRC) at the Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket) • • RRC is the requirements management component of CLM, the Collaborative Lifecycle Management solution on the Jazz platform Adopted for a non IT-environment • Requirements on road-building, tunnels, railroads and bridges. • Licenses with a capacity for 150 users plus 150 reviewers • IBM Global Finance (IGF) engaged to match customer costs with user ramp-up • Ramp-up started in May 2013 and ends in March 2014.
    • Trafikverket • Plans, builds and maintains roads and railroads • • • 6 regions, 6500 employees • • • Headquarters in Borlänge Offices in Luleå, Gävle, Stockholm, Eskilstuna, Gothenburg and Kristianstad. Very large projects • • • • 100 000 km roads 12 000 km railroads Stockholm Bypass: 28 bn SEK West Link, Gothenburg: 20 bn SEK Stockholm City Line: 17 bn SEK Complex projects • • • Influenced by regulations and environmental concerns Many contractors involved Runs for several years
    • Usage • Requirements for construction • • • • Requirements fulfillment • • • • Calculations Dimensioning Best Practices Deviations • • • Regulatory Environmental Impact Best Practices Environmental Impact Best Practices Controls • • • Plans Simulations Inspections
    • Model Regulations Project Requirements Controls System Docs Plans Controls Construction Docs Controls
    • Needs • Common tool – – • Tracing – – – • Large projects - Stockholm Bypass Small projects – a single bus stop Between project stages Between project levels Between requirements Support – – – – Common methods Collaboration Version control Automated metrics
    • Satisfying Needs • Common tool – – • Tracing – – – • Large projects - Stockholm Bypass Small projects – a single bus stop • The five imperatives of CLM 1. Real Time Planning 2. Life Cycle Traceability • • • • Between project stages Between project levels Between requirements • Support – – – – Common methods Collaboration Version control Automated metrics 3. In Context Collaboration • • • 4. Built-n collaboration Built-in review method Easy to invite participants Continuous Improvement • • • 5. Tracing Version control Built-in approval method Reusing requirements makes it easy to create similar projects Regulations, requirements and best practices are easy shared between projects Common methods Common templates Easy to modify templates Predictability with Reporting • Automated metrics
    • Usage Adaptation • Highlights: – – – – – – • Use their terminology Use the RRC-component of CLM RRDI added for online reports RPE for creating reports to RRDG Links with an obvious purpose Attributes to carry specific information Two missing features – – Limiting read access within a project Role based customization of the UI Uppfylls av (Fulfilled by) Krav (Requirement) Uppfyller (Fulfills) Kravuppfyllnad Kontrollerad av (Verified by) (Requirement fulfillment) Kontrollerar (Verifies) Kontroll (Control)
    • Future Ideas • Input requirements – – – – • Legal requirements Regulations Best Practices Stakeholders requirements Smart Cloud – – Test Staging
    • Thank you!
    • Adocus • IBM Rational Experts – • Focusing on the early phases – – – • Product management Requirements management Modeling Services – – – • 15+ years experience Process adaptation and deployment Training and mentoring Tools configuration and integration Products – MetaModelAgent, a plug-in for Rational Software Architect Visit us at www.adocus.com
    • Background • • • The Swedish Transport Administration constantly runs very large projects with costs in the billions and time schedules in years. They are very complex projects with many involved contractors, projects with high expectations on quality and timely execution. Some current projects are: – – – • Stockholm Bypass (Förbifart Stockholm, a 21 km bypass with 18 km in tunnels, estimated cost 28 bn SEK), Stockholm City Line (Citybanan, 6 km long commuter train tunnel, estimated cost 17 bn SEK.) West Link in central Gothenburg (Västlänken, 8 km long with 6 km in tunnels, estimated cost 20 bn SEK). Adocus and IBM supported the Administration in solving the need to manage the requirements, with all its details for each activity, contractor and subproject - by extending the use of smart requirements management from the mundane domain of IT development to the complex world of major infrastructure projects, having the word infrastructure regaining its original meaning.